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10 Reasons Why A Diplomatic Solution To The Syria Crisis Is Extremely Unlikely

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posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 06:25 AM
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Another well written article that carves through the crap and shows that the strike on Syria although delayed is well and truly still on the drawing board


Over the past few days, there has been a tremendous wave of optimism that it may be possible for war with Syria to be averted. Unfortunately, it appears that a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Syria is extremely unlikely. Assad is certainly willing to give up his chemical weapons, but he wants the U.S. to accept a bunch of concessions that it will never agree to. And it certainly sounds like the Obama administration has already decided that “diplomacy” is going to fail, and they continue to position military assets for the upcoming conflict with Syria.


On the upside Obama and Co are exposing themselves with monotonous regularity


For the moment, Obama and Kerry will dance around and make it look like they are considering peace. They will try to get Congress to authorize a strike “if diplomacy fails”.


I believe no matter what is put forward in the way of diplomatic solutions Obama will find a way to derail it, any imput the ATS community has on this topic would be greatly appreciated

Bilder

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posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 06:32 AM
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Yep, cut and dried. Off to Syria then, no peaceful outcome. We're all being played.



posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 06:57 PM
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EA006
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Yep, cut and dried. Off to Syria then, no peaceful outcome. We're all being played.


The issue is not really about purported Western concern over the Syrian government’s alleged use of chemical weapons. It is fundamentally about regime change, and no matter what the Assad government does with its chemical weapons it will never be enough to appease the Western agenda





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